The largest pilot-member organization has published a guide to assist FBOs, flight schools and other businesses in getting back into the air after a pandemic-imposed timeout.
How we pilots should tweak our risk assessment practices, if at all, when flying in these days of the coronavirus pandemic.
Arguably the coolest event aviation or otherwise on the planet, the annual High Sierra Fly-In will be impossible to cancel, or to hold.
The organization’s decision to call off the world’s biggest fly-in wasn’t an easy one, and its reasons for doing so were more complex than most might imagine.
How we talk about accidents has changed. Here’s why that’s okay.
Automatic data collections systems are pervasive in our world, but until lately, they weren’t common in GA. Now that they’re emerging, some folks are furious about it. Are they right to be?
The safety board’s factual report on the Hall of Fame baseball pitcher’s crash in an Icon A5 raises all kinds of questions. Here are some answers.
Supersonic civil aircraft were big news last week. Big news that nobody was talking about.
With the world confronting challenges few of us have seen in our lifetimes, aviation is facing an uncertain future. We do know a few things about flying, though. But how much can we count on those things in a world that has changed so much?
EAA is doing a stellar job of communicating its process in deciding whether to cancel its giant event, or not, so kudos. But in the end, the fate of the 2020 show is sealed.
With a pandemic sweeping the nation and the social distancing rule proliferating, why are so many holding out on this subject?
COVID-19 is changing the aviation world as we speak. Here are six things to keep an eye on, along with notes of gratitude to a lot of heroes on the front lines.
You probably know what the disagreement is about, but what (if anything) we do about it is the big question.
The news in aviation surrounding the novel coronavirus pandemic is beyond bad. And it keeps on coming. Here’s why we aren’t worried.
The closing of the Chicago Midway tower after several controllers tested positive for coronavirus/COVID-19 is the first case of a tower being closed. It won’t be the last.
The spring show is still a still a go as other major gatherings in Florida shutter. Sun ’n Fun leadership cites finances as motivation to press on.
The helicopter accident that killed the global sports superstar, his daughter and seven others was the result of forces beyond the knowledge of non-pilots.
The ignorance and arrogance runs deep in the House Transportation Committee, that much is certain.